As your journey of starting a real estate investing and rehabilitation business continues to unfold, you have likely realized there are many moving parts associated with getting your business off to a great start, landing your first real estate deal, and working your way toward success. At the end of your first quarter, you should already have at least one real estate deal under your belt and should be ready to develop a plan of action on how you want to earn a profit from that deal.
On today’s episode, Don and Ryan recap where your real estate investing business should be at the end of Quarter 1 as well as provide a basic understanding of what you can expect in Quarters 2, 3, and 4. They also share the topics they will discuss in future episodes that will help you get a better understanding of how to run and operate your business and create systems and processes that will support the growth of your company.
“Honing in on your craft can really be the make or break point to getting your first deal or leveling up in your business.” – Ryan Scialabba
What’s Next on FlipTalk’s Rookie Play Book:
- Building your wholesale buyers list.
- Marketing strategies you can use to attract contractors for your real estate rehabilitation project.
- Avoiding mistakes during construction and rehabilitation projects.
- Systems and strategies for achieving the maximum profit possible.
- Basic hiring and team building strategies
- What to expect during Quarters 3 and 4.
- Putting systems and processes in place that work best for your real estate business.
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